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HOUSTON – Texas Hope 2010 is possible, but not without God’s people spending ample time on their knees, said Paul Powell, dean emeritus of George W. Truett Seminary in Waco, during a workshop at the Texas Baptists Annual Meeting. Full Story »

HOUSTON – The Texas Baptist Missions Foundation celebrated 25 years of service during its annual mission awards luncheon Nov. 16 during the Annual Meeting of Texas Baptists. This year, more than 200 people gathered as the TBMF gave special honor to those ministries who have worked to spread the hope of Christ throughout Texas. Full Story »

HOUSTON – “Baptists have been experts at telling the story of salvation for a long time … it’s what we do,” explained Duane Brooks, pastor of Tallowood Baptist Church in Houston. Full Story »

What would happen if 1 million Texas Baptists did one act of kindness a day? That would result in 7 million acts of kindness in a week, 60 million acts in two months and 365 millions acts of kindness in a year. Full Story »

HOUSTON – Following the patterns of the four Great Awakenings the world has previously experienced, Texas Baptists Theologian-in-Residence Jim Denison said what is truly needed to ignite the same flame in Texas is simply prayer. Full Story »

With their eyes closed and their hearts open, more than 1,900 people across the Houston area embraced a relationship with Christ through City Reach evangelism efforts in the weeks leading up to the Annual Meeting of Texas Baptists. Full Story »

HOUSTON – With hands raised, more than 300 Hispanic Texas Baptists old and young prayed, worshipped and fellowshipped in their heart language of Spanish, celebrating what God has done in and through them during the past year. Full Story »